The HSE provides a broad range of services for older people in our community, including in-patient acute services, step down and convalescent care, day services, rehabilitation, community services, home care and home helps.
Hospitals and Homes for Older Persons
Cluain Arainn Community Nursing Unit, Avondale Crescent, Tipperary Town Tel: (062) 52186
Cluainn Arainn Welfare Home Tipperary Tel: (062) 52186
St. Anthoney's, Clonmel Tel: (052) 6177480
St Patrick's Hospital, Cashel Tel: (062) 61100
St Patrick's serves the elderly population of South Tipperary; providing a first class quality assured residential service to those elderly people who are entrusted into our care.
Carrick on Suir District Hospital (St. Brigid's), Carrick-on-Suir Tel: (051) 640025
Clogheen District Hospital (St. Theresa's), Clogheen Tel: (052) 65205
For a list of registered private nursing homes in South Tipperary call (052) 6177283. You can also register any comments or complaints about a nursing home at this number.
Day Care Centres in South Tipperary:
St. Vincent's Day Care Centre, Tipperary (062) 82105
Vee Valley Day Care Centre, Clogheen (052) 7465477
Fethard Day Care Centre, Fethard (052) 6132917/6131000
Cahir Day Care Centre, Cahir (052) 7445480
Carrick Day Care Centre, Carrick on Suir (051) 640 085
Clonmel Day Care Centre, Clonmel (052) 6124882
Cashel Day Care Centre, Cashel
Cappawhite Day Care Centre, Cappawhite (062) 75071
Local, Regional and National Hospitals are listed here. Unless you are attending A+E in an emergency, most people visit their GP for advice and referral, before attending hospital. Outside of office hours, you can access GP services through
GP Out-of-Hours Services on 1850 334 999.
Home Helps work with vulnerable people in the community, who through illness or disability are in need of help with day to day tasks. A home help might visit for a couple of hours per day, to help with housework, shopping, or sometime may provide more personal care like help with dressing, bathing etc. You can access this service through your Public Health Nurse at your local Health Centre or phone: (052) 617 7000.